Stayed at 1 Devonshire Gardens for the 1 night mid week recently and was very impressed with the overall ambience although the building fabric externally needed attention. Food was first class both for dinner and breakfast although our sausages were inedible which slightly spoilt our breakfast.
Room on the top floor was spacious but with being at the corner of Great Western Road and Hyndland Road was noisy early morning. Attention to the sash windows with improved seals would easily rectify this and should be carried out with an external refurbishment.
My wife and I normally stay at Blytheswood Square Hotel in the city centre but may be changing to Devonshire in the future
Stayed 4 nights for a wedding reception in the Crown Plaza. Amazing staff who did not mind us chilling and relaxing in the lobby until 4 am after the wedding reception was over. Stunning city views from our hotel room. Warm pool, hot hot hot jacuzzi. Train station 5 mins walk, two stops away from Glasgow City Centre Shopping. I've been to many hotels, but this hotel 's reception staff / restaurant & bar staff are the most friendly and welcoming ever!
We usually stay in the city centre but choose the Hilton on Great Western Road as were attending an event at Botanic gardens. Great location for the West End and all it has to offer. Ideal as near public transport links. Staff very friendly and helpful.
The positives of this Hotel is the Fitness suite which is good. The late night bar along the Quay side - which is clean and friendly. The food, fish and chips is expensive, but, very nice. The comfortable and fairly quite room. The negative's is the rather dusty room, with the stained carpet in the room. Finally, I arrived back on the second day at 4pm after a walk around the City Centre to find my room had not been cleaned. I spoke to the Receptionist who told me that the rooms were still being cleaned. At 4.30pm, thirty minutes later, the cleaner knocked, politely on my door to say, they were really busy today and I can now clean your room. I replied that it was to late, as I would have to vacate the room again. This was not something I wanted to do having been out for the majority of the morning and afternoon. Overall a good but not great stay at this Hotel.
This is a very basic hotel, as one would expect from the price.
The public areas were clean but slightly shabby.
The room was clean, the beds comfortable.There were only three towels for two people, no hand soap, no hairdryer.The shower was adequate but no more
The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.The breakfast was fine, staff again very nice.
This is an ideal place for a night`s stay.It provides exactly what one would expect for the rating and price.I would stay again in the same circumstances.
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